Navicent Health Director Elected to National Board for Healthcare Engineering

Staff Report From Middle Georgia CEO

Thursday, September 13th, 2018

Navicent Health is pleased to announce that Mark Singletary, Director of Operations For Facilities Management, has been elected to the American Society for Healthcare Engineering Board of Directors, representing Region 4. Region 4 includes hospitals and health systems in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida.
Singletary, a healthcare engineer with 32 years’ experience, is dedicated to ASHE’s mission of optimizing the healthcare physical environment.
“Although often in the background of healthcare delivery, the delivery of high quality and safe operations remains the backbone of world-class healthcare facilities and demonstrates the dedication of the engineers who serve patients and customers with integrity, respect and caring. I look forward to representing the strong values of our profession and delivering important healthcare engineering ideas at the regional and national level,” said Singletary.
Singletary has been employed in various leadership roles with Navicent Health since 1987. A member of the Georgia Association for Healthcare Facilities Managers, Singletary has served on the state board since 1998, Singletary looks forward to contributing to the industry on a national scale. A graduate of South Georgia Technical College in Americus, Ga., Singletary is certified as a Lean Green Belt by the Institute of Industrial Engineers.

“Mark is truly dedicated to his craft, and perfecting the patient and customer experience at each of our Navicent Health facilities. He has served with distinction at the state level, and we are so pleased that he has been elected to serve at the national level. We know Mark to be reliable, honest and trustworthy, and know that he will serve our region well,” said Dr. Ninfa M. Saunders, President and CEO of Navicent Health.

ASHE, a professional membership group of the American Hospital Association, represents healthcare facility managers, engineers, architects, designers, constructors, infection control specialists, and many others involved with creating and maintaining safe healing environments. ASHE members share a dedication to optimizing healthcare facilities. With more than 12,000 members, ASHE is the largest association devoted to professionals who design, build, maintain, and operate hospitals and other healthcare facilities.